Grand Prix of Singapore – where and when
The F1 brigade takes over the streets of Singapore Marina Bay for the exciting 3.1 mile / 5.1km circuit. Just like in Monaco, it is a street circuit – the first in Asia and not less.
These are the times to notice for the weekend, with all times being the first to be mentioned in the local Singapore time:
Practice 1 is on Friday, September 14 at 4.30 pm (9.30 am BST, 4.30 am ET, 1.30 pm PT)
Practice 2 is on Friday, September 14 at 8.30 pm (1.30 pm BST, 8 am ET)
Practice 3 is on Saturday 15 September at 6:00 pm (11:00 am BST, 6:00 am ET)
The qualification is on Saturday 15 September at 21.00 hours (14.00 hours BST, 9.00 hours ET, 5 hours PT)
The race itself takes place on Sunday 16 September at 8.10 pm local time (1.10 am BST, 8.10 am ET 5.10 am PT). And you can see it all with our F1 livestream guide below.
With only six races over after the Grand Prix of Singapore and 30 points for the good in the F1 championship, Lewis Hamilton must now see the ultimate checkered flag on the horizon. But will the standings take another turn this weekend? We'll tell you how to stream the Grand Prix of Singapore live and wherever you are in the world to see if Hamilton can increase his lead.
From a psychological point of view, the dramatic shenanigans of the first round of last year's Singapore Grand Prix must play in the spirit of Sebastian Vettel. He bumped into the very first corner against Kimi Räikkönen and Max Verstappen and ruined all their races. That left Hamilton behind to continue to victory.
But the German Vettel is made of strong stuff, and he will try to channel the four previous victories he had in Marina Bay. That is more than anyone else has won in the history of the Grand Prix of Singapore – a record that Hamilton will match when he reaches the podium on Sunday.
Street races always seem a bit more exciting – especially when they are at night like in Marina Bay – and watching the Grand Prix of Singapore is very easy and on almost every device. Best of all … you can do this absolutely for free in some regions, including the UK. Read on to find out how you can stream the F1 live.
How to view the Grand Prix of Singapore anywhere in the world
If you do not have easy access to view the Grand Prix of Singapore online in your country, the best way to view this is to download and install a VPN service, which will make your computer actually think that it is is in another country. It is very easy to do and works for many sporting events where live streams may not be immediately available where you are:
1. Download and install a VPN
We have tested and assessed all major VPN services ExpressVPN as the absolute best. It is compatible with all your devices, supports most streaming services and is among the fastest. You can even install it on devices such as an Amazon Fire TV stick, Apple TV, Xbox and PlayStation. So for a one-stop shop, you can not go wrong with Express – but there are also more fantastic VPN options:
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1. ExpressVPN: the best all-round VPN for streaming comes with a trial version of 30 days
2. IPVanish supports up to 10 devices, so ideal for traveling
3. VyprVPN: high speeds make VyprVPN an excellent choice for 4K video
2. Connect to the correct server location
Just open the VPN app, click on & # 39; choose location & # 39; and select the right location – it's super easy to do. Choose UK if you want to stream the F1 live and free.
3. Go to a channel that shows the Grand Prix
Use a channel in the UK that streams all F1 actions that you can handle from Singapore (see below).
How to stream the F1 live in the UK for free:
If you are in the UK, Channel 4 is the best choice for today's free air freight. And the station is All4 platform is free and easily accessible on a range of devices, including tablets, mobile phones, personal computers and Smart TVs.
Formula A 2018 is also shown Sky Sports F1. Live streaming of all F1 races is available online for Sky customers with a subscription to Sky Sports F1, as well as access to a mobile device with the Sky Go app.
So if you already have a Sky subscription and prefer the coverage for Channel 4, then a job is a good choice. If you want Sky coverage but do not want to enjoy a full Sky contract, you can always purchase a daily, weekly or monthly ticket with Now TV. A daily pass costs £ 7.99 and is available on more than 60 devices, including TV, mobile phones and game consoles, and you can register up to four.
How to view Grand Prix in the US for free:
In the US, ESPN and ABC have the rights to display the F1 live (using Sky & # 39; s UK coverage). That's great news if you have a cable, but if you're a cable cutter, you could try a free trial version of another streaming service garland and Fubo and look there.
From the US and do you want to view coverage? No worries – just use a VPN and register to a location in the US.
How to stream the Singapore Grand Prix in Australia
In Australia? Then your most important option is the whole snazzy sounding Fox Sports Race Center. You will have some late nights, with the main race starting at 9:10 pm AEST on Sunday evening.
The Fox Sports package is not cheap, BUT there is two weeks FREE try if you want to try it before you buy it. You can also use the Foxtel Now app so that you can stream live to your favorite device.
Where can I view the Grand Prix of Singapore using a VPN?
With a VPN you can view the Grand Prix of Singapore literally everywhere. So that includes of course: Australia, Finland, Israel, Canada, Germany, Denmark, India, Netherlands, Spain, Brazil, Belgium, Romania, Mexico, France, Sweden, Italy, Portugal, Czech Republic, Ireland, Poland, Kenya, Hungary, South Africa, Indonesia, China, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Russia, Japan, Egypt and more!
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